Examining the multidimensional role of self-efficacy for writing on student writing self-regulation and grades in elementary and high school.

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Summary of "Examining the multidimensional role of self-efficacy for writing on student writing self-regulation and grades in elementary and high school."

The powerful role of self-efficacy on student achievement is clear. Less clear, however, is our understanding of the specific roles of the different factors of writing self-efficacy on student writing self-regulation and success.


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Name: The British journal of educational psychology
ISSN: 2044-8279


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